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Case and Costs Management: the Unhappy Bedfellows

Written by Paul Stagg, Barrister¹ The coronavirus lockdown has had many effects. Many people are saying that spending much more time with a significant other than either of them is accustomed to brings into sharp focus just how well they are suited…

NICE publish important new Guidelines dealing with rehabilitation after traumatic injury

On the 18 January 2022, the first NICE Guidelines on Rehabilitation After Traumatic Injury were published. The Guidelines provide valuable guidance and support for specialist rehabilitation following major trauma, highlighting best practice in this field. The Guidelines address complex rehabilitation needs after…

R (Hans Husson) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2020] EWCA Civ 329

In the case of R (Hans Husson) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2020] EWCA Civ 329 the Court of Appeal was tasked with deciding two questions of some significance. The first of those questions related to whether or not…

The Weekly Roundup: The Getting It Wrong Edition

This week we look at two cases in which slip-ups in procedure had Consequences for unfortunate lawyers. Not the kind of thing that happens to our readers, of course, but still, it’s always best to be aware of these things. We’re delighted…

Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020

The ‘new normal’ for Statutory Demands and Winding Up Petitions under the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 On 26 June 2020 the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (‘the 2020 Act’) finally entered force.  Now it is in its final form,…

The Dekagram 21st November 2022

We bring you news this week of two further awards now adorning the Deka trophy cabinet, the importance of which can hardly be overstated. Laura Begley won the Chambers & Partners Personal Injury Junior of the Year award on Thursday; and no…

Gurion Taussig on The Fundamental Importance of the Costs Budget: Merrix v Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

Introduction 1. Since their introduction in 2013 as part of the Jackson reforms, costs budgets have introduced much earlier consideration of parties’ costs in civil proceedings than hitherto. The interplay between costs budgeting and subsequent detailed assessment of costs, however, has…

The Weekly Roundup: The 100th Edition

This is a very special edition of the Weekly Roundup; it marks 100 bulletins. In that time we’ve seen the effects of Brexit and of Covid, we’ve witnessed litigators’ fortunes wax and wane, and we’ve all weathered the various vicissitudes of the…

The Dekagram 17th October 2022

This week has seen interesting developments in the law relating to the recoverability of Spanish penalty interest and in recognition of judgments, as well as the publication of a consultation on proposed alterations to CPR Part 21, most notably in relation to…

James Byrne writes this week’s PI article on Surveillance

“Surveillance evidence has long been a legitimate weapon, when properly obtained and legitimately used, for a defendant to put a before a court that may demonstrate that a claimant’s evidence is false. Such evidence may show inconsistencies that are inexplicable by the…

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